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THRIVING OR SURVIVING? Developing personal resilience as an HE professional

Date: 23rd November 2020

Location: Online - over a 3-week period

Price: £180

Bookings have now closed - please contact bookings@uhr.ac.uk for more information

THRIVING OR SURVIVING?  Developing personal resilience as an HE professional

The HE profession (particularly HR) is known to be amongst the most demanding for managing others’ emotions and is therefore at higher risk of the stressors known to impact on mental health.  The high intensity of emotional management often arises when handling organisational change initiatives, redundancy/furlough programmes, interpersonal conflict, union disputes, as well as disciplinary and grievance cases.  Whilst HR actively supports the wellbeing of others, it’s rare that professionals spend time learning how to strengthen their own resilience to better ride the waves of today’s turbulent world, where increased isolation has become the norm.

This action learning experience, underpinned by psychological research, gives you the knowledge, tools and techniques to better manage your own wellbeing, ensuring you thrive, not just survive.

Scheduled over a 3-week period, you will be able to experiment with new routines, redesigned support mechanisms, self-awareness exercises, different ways of thinking and responding to external events, while monitoring the effect on your wellbeing.

Learning Steps

Step 1:       Structured self-assessment exercise (1 hour self-guided)

Step 2:      On-line session (2.5 hrs) with fellow participants (max 6) covering the key evidence-based interventions for building resilience, including a focus on self-efficacy, positive psychology, mindfulness and cognitive reframing.

Step 3:      Self-guided action learning over the course of 2 weeks, with reflections to be recorded daily in your Thrive Diary.

Step 4:      Facilitated lunchtime Mindful Meditation practice (40 minutes)

Step 5:      On-line session (2 hrs) with fellow participants to review and share learning, with further tools including the ‘Five Essentials’ for thriving, and how to ‘maintain your parachute’.

Step 6:     Ongoing networking and support with your action learning colleagues

Your facilitator:

Lesley Broughton is a chartered psychologist, executive coach, mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural trainer and action learning facilitator.  Lesley has worked in the HE sector for 25 years in a range of roles including HR Director, as well as being actively engaged in the mental health arena, currently serving as a trustee and non-Executive Director for a leading charity.

ACTION LEARNING SCHEDULE

Mon 23 Nov - Welcome email from facilitator including self-assessment exercise to be completed prior to first online session

Thurs 26 Nov - online session 9.30 to noon

Thurs 3 Dec - online lunchtime Mindful Meditation session 1 to 1.45pm

Thurs 10 Dec - online session 9.30 to 11.30am


Please note, in order to book a place on this event you will need a UHR website user account.  If you do not yet have an account you have 2 choices:

  1. If you would like a full website account, please contact your HR Director who needs to authorise the request by emailing admin@uhr.ac.uk.
  2. If you just wish to book on this event, then please visit the quick registration page where you can set up an account just for booking events.

Bookings have now closed - please contact bookings@uhr.ac.uk for more information

 

 

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